Pet Photography: Q & A with Edyta Szyszlo

Fri, Aug 14, 2009

Pet Photography

I’ve always been fascinated by pet photography, marveling at the exquisite photos some photographers can make of subjects who may be less than cooperative. To investigate the topic, I’ve rounded-up several pet photographers who have what I’d call a modern style. I’ll be interviewing each of them in a Q & A series. This first interview is with San Francisco-based photographer Edyta Szyszlo. Edyta is a Moderncat fan and you may have seen photos of her two moderncats Desher, an Abyssinian, and Boris, a Russian Blue, in the Moderncat gallery. Edyta currently focuses on portraits of people and pets, as well as wedding and product photography. Her background in fine art is obvious in the beautiful photos she captures.

How long have you been photographing pets and how did you get started?

I’ve been in the photography business since 2005. I started working professionally in San Francisco doing commercial photography (food, products, etc.) and some portrait work, but I quickly realized that my passion was in creating portraits of expressions, both human and pet. I moved to Chicago for a couple years specializing in weddings and portraits and now I’m back in San Francisco. As a child growing up in Missouri, I used my dad’s zoom lens Minolta, disposable cameras, and pinhole cameras to photograph our pets, plants, and my friends (after giving them a makeover). I guess it was just natural for me to pursue photography in college and now here I am and loving what I do!

What kind of pet photography do you do? Do you have a specialty?

In general, my style is very much documentary and photo journalistic. I believe in capturing my subject matter in its most comfortable environment and not forcing much direction. You’ll find me running around with dogs at the park or sitting next to a cat’s scratching post or favorite recliner. My goal is to document the pet’s personality and expressions, whether they are a scaredy-cat, ruff-n-tumble or a big hunk of snuggly love! In the end, I want the owner to look at the photograph and feel the memory or personality of their pet.

Do you do anything special to prepare for a photo shoot with a cat?

Well, we all know we love our cats for their unique personalities (wink wink)!  And while we can expect the cat to be a little stubborn, I find that most react well to treats and toys. I usually ask the owners to have favorite items (such as blankets & toys) close by so there isn’t a lot of movement during the shoot. We don’t want to play a chasing game, but instead create an area of comfort that the cat automatically finds interesting. I always make sure I know about the cat’s personality so that I’m able to read them faster. After we do a few studio-type shots with a white backdrop, I move into a ‘you go, I follow’ approach.

What was the most challenging cat photo shoot you have done? Any funny stories?

Surprisingly, I haven’t had a super challenging cat photo shoot (knock on wood).  Having a big camera with a flash can be scary for just about anyone or anything, so that’s always a hurdle that the cat and I have to overcome. Most of the time, the cats’ bellies become full of treats! It’s funny to watch the cat go from scared, to curious, to giving me something in return, to full and happy, thus lazy.

Certain cat breeds are more socially curious. I have an Abyssinian who loves adventure, climbing and people, so she tends to create her own dramas, which are fabulous to photograph! All cats have their little quirks like plastic obsessions, certain smells, or ways they like to be rubbed. My Russian Blue loves the smell and sound of nail files, so I can usually bribe him into some photos with that (I know funny and gross!)

Do you have any tips for readers on how to take great photos of their cats?

First and foremost, lighting! Lighting is key for the perfect photo, and I highly recommend seeking natural light. Use a flash only if you need. Second, relate to your pet on a personal level — get down on the floor and connect to their world. See what they see. And third, have patience! Most of us don’t like having our picture taken, so you have to approach your cat in the same way. Blend playtime and photo-taking together, let them get used to your camera — it will make for memorable photos. Hope that helps!

Edyta would like to offer Moderncat readers in the San Francisco Bay area and in the Chicago area 10% off a pet photo session. Just mention Moderncat when you contact her.

Read more interviews in our pet photography series here.

How long have you been photographing pets and how did you get started? (mention where you are currently based)
I’ve been in the photography business since 2005 and started professionally within the commercial field (food, products, etc) and some portrait work in San Francisco.   But I quickly realized that my adoring love lied in portraits of expressions whether that was human or pet.  I later moved to Chicago for a couple years specializing in weddings and portraits and now I’m back in San Francisco!  As a child growing up in Missouri, I used my dad’s zoom lens Minolta, disposable cameras and pinhole cameras to photograph our pets, plants and my friends after giving them a makeover!  Guess it was just natural for me to pursue photography in college and bam, here I am and loving what I do!


What kind of pet photography do you do? Do you have a specialty?

In general, my style is very much documentary and photo journalistic.  I believe in capturing my subject matter in it’s most comfortable environment and not forcing much direction.  You’ll find me running around with dogs at the park or sitting next to a cat’s scratching post or favorite recliner.  My goal is to document the pet’s personality and expressions whether they are a scaredy-cat, ruff-n-tumble terrier or a big hunk of snuggly love!  In the end, I want the owner to look at the photograph and feel the memory or personality of their pet.

Do you do anything special to prepare for a photo shoot with a cat?

Well, we all know we love our cats for their unique personalities, wink wink!  And while we can expect the cat to be a little stubborn, I find that most react well to treats and toys!  Ha!  I usually ask the owners to have favorite items (such as blankets & toys) close by so that there isn’t a lot of movement from us. We don’t want to play a chasing game but instead create an area of comfort that the cat automatically finds interesting. I always make sure I know about the cat’s personality so that I’m able to read them faster.  After we do a few studio-type shots with a white backdrop, I move into the ‘you go, I follow’ approach.


What was the most challenging cat photo shoot you have done? Any funny stories?

Haha, surprisingly I haven’t had a super challenging cat photo shoot (knock on wood).  Having a big camera with flash can be scary for just about anyone or thing so that’s always a hump that the cat and I have to overcome.  Most of the time, their cat bellies become full of treats!  It’s funny to watch the cat go from scared, to curious, to give me something in return, to I’m full and happy thus lazy.

Certain cat breeds are more socially curious.  I have an Abyssinian who loves adventure, climbing and people.  So she tends to create her own dramas, which are fabulous to photograph!  All cats have their little quirks like plastic obsessions, certain smells or ways they like to be rubbed.  My Russian Blue loves the smell and sound of nail files, so I can usually bribe him into some photos with that (I know funny and gross!).

Do you have any tips for readers about how to take great photos of their cats?

First and foremost, lighting!!  Lighting is key for the perfect photo, and I highly recommend seeking natural light.  Use a flash only if you need.  Second, relate to your pet on a personal level…I mean get down on the floor and connect into their world. See what they see.  And third, have patience!  Most of us don’t like having our picture taken…so you have to approach your cat in the same way.  Blend playtime and photo-taking together…let them get used to your camera, it will make for memorable photos.  Hope that helps!!

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19 Responses to “Pet Photography: Q & A with Edyta Szyszlo”

  1. 1
    Nina

    She makes it sound so easy but even photographing your own cat is so hard. many times it takes dozens of blurry pictures before one gets a good one. Patience and a fast shutter are your best bet.

  2. 2
    Cristela

    My cat miraculously knows when I want to take a pic of her… She loves herself! hehe. Toys help add more to the picture and their personality!

  3. 3
    Rhose

    I really enjoy looking at your photos. My family has one cat and we all enjoy watching what he will do next and we try to capture everything he does by taking a lot of pictures. Now, I look back to all those pictures when we first got him to what he does now. Its great to see his change in personality.

    I just love looking at your pictures and you can see their personalities and how beautiful each cat comes out. :D

  4. 4
    Liz and Cassie

    Impressive how Edyta can capture the ‘soul’ of a cat that is so difficult but precious to see!

  5. 5
    Danielle

    Great post! Thanks!

  6. 6
    Julia Bleakney

    This is a great post, and Edyta’s photographs are beautiful.

  7. 7
    Lauren F.

    I used to have a cat who always seemed to take good photos, no matter how bad my technique was. I think sometimes that cats are like people, where you get certain ones that are “naturals” at looking good in photos. That said, the photos here are beautiful! I think patience is definitely important, and a willingness to keep trying.

  8. 8
    melody nelson(sandra)

    My coco is definitely shy,but i’ve only had her for a little over a month.
    I hope she warms up to my camera someday soon! great photos though and moments caught on camera.

  9. 9
    jmuhj

    Edyta has some wonderful tips and her photos are soulful! I find that having cameras handy around the house can make for some great opportunities to capture my beloved cats’ moods. Lots of toys and cat furniture, full bird feeders close outside, and lots of windows for them to see out help, too.

  10. 10
    brieanne

    edyta, gorgeous photos as always (i might be biased–she was my wedding photographer)! her passion for what she does is so apparent in whatever she’s capturing–she does an amazing job at capturing personality–whether it’s human, canine, or feline! she’s also truly a pleasure to work with…

  11. 11
    edyta szyszlo photo

    yay K the post looks great!! you’re right, it’s not the easiest thing in the world to photograph your cat…but with some patience, bribing and fast shutter speed it all works in the end :) thanks for the compliments everyone!

  12. 12
    Daniela Caride

    Edyta’s tips are great. Choosing lighting and getting on your knees to take pix of animals from their perspective is key. Photographing cats is a challenge, but if you get their attention long enough with treats (get a friend to distract the cat while you take the shots), the results will be rewarding!

    Here is a link to two pictures of my cat Gaijin, stretching and taking a bath. She was lounging in her basket over the kitchen counter. http://www.thedailytail.com/?p=950

    Bringing the cats to higher surfaces helps if you don’t want to clean the floor with your clothes when photograhing!

  13. 13
    Lauren

    The kittens are so lovely and sweet!!! great job, wish i had your skills! (and camera!)
    xoxoxo

  14. 14
    Lionel

    Nice post.
    Learnt a lot of stuff from this one.
    Thanks for the interview
    ^_^

  15. 15
    Linda Gavin

    great post! I crawl around on the floor a lot, taking spy pictures of my cats. some cats really like being photographed and look stunning in every photo.

    other cats are making funny faces all the time (like my russian) and he’s very used to the camera so I can take how many pictures I want and he doesn’t care.

    then we have little misa, our fold girl kitten – she’s so shy so I really have to hide and wait for her to come out of her hiding place so I can get a photo. it’s worth the effort!

  16. 16
    berkshire wedding photographer

    Wonderful! I’m very envious of those photographs, I wish I could do as well.Those pictures took a lot of aptitude to make, well done. I’ve bookmarked this site.


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